Against All Hope
When it looked hopeless, he believed.
When it made absolutely no sense, he believed.
When he couldn’t see God working, he believed.
Against all odds, against all hope, against the waiting and waiting and more waiting, he believed.
Because on any given day, Abraham “was fully convinced that God is able to do whatever he promises.” (Romans 4:21)
And because he believed day in and day out,
Because he believed though seasons came and went,
Because he believed through impossible circumstances,
“…so [Abraham] became the father of many nations, just as it had been promised to him.” (Romans 4:18b)
What about you? What do you need to have hope “against all hope” for today?
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